CASTLE POINT YOUNG PERSON'S CLIMATE AMBASSADORS' PRIVACY NOTICE
A Privacy Notice tells people why we collect their personal information and how we protect it.
Section 1. Personal information includes things like: · your name · your date of birth · your address
Some personal information is ‘special’ and needs more protection. Special information includes things like: · your sexuality (if you fancy men or women) · your religious beliefs · your ethic background (where you come from) · if you are a member of a trade union · your political opinion · if you have ever committed a crime
The Castle Point Young Person’s Climate Ambassador Scheme will not routinely record any Special Information about you unless there is a specific reason for doing so in which case we would only do so with your specific consent.
Section 2. We can collect information about you where: · you have given us your consent. · you have a contract with us. · we need your information to carry out our legal duties. · we need your information to train you. · we need your information to protect someone in an emergency. · it is required by law · we need your information to protect public health. · your information is available to the public (for example on Facebook) · we need your information for court hearings.
Section 3. We might use the information we have collected from you to: · make sure you get the right support. · communicate with you · improve our services. · train members of our group. · investigate any worries or complaints you have about your support. · check the quality of our activities · help research and develop new services
We will only use the information we need.
Section 4.We might share your information with a number of organisations with whom we are involved. These include: · schools or colleges · health services · councils · to help you with transport · to help organise sports and activities
We may also need to share your information to: · prevent a crime · to protect you from harm · to protect others from harm · to protect people who support you · to protect the public
We will never sell or give your personal information to anyone else.
Section 5. Under the law you can say what personal information we keep and how we use it. · You can ask to see all the information we hold about you. · You can ask us to change any information that you think is wrong · You can ask for your information to be deleted if · we no longer need, or have any legal reason to hold, your personal information · you no longer consent to us holding your personal information
Section 6. We do our best to protect any information we hold about you on paper or on computer. Examples of how we do this include: · encryption. This means hiding information so that it can only be read using a password. · only letting people access your information who are allowed to see it. · training everyone involved in the scheme so that they know what they can do with your information.